SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. – Fingerpaint, a full-service marketing agency with offices in New York, Pennsylvania, Arizona, New Jersey, and California, has added Cary Slisz to its account service team. Slisz will be based in the agency’s Saratoga Springs, N.Y., office.
Slisz is a seasoned account service lead who brings to Fingerpaint a strong background in health and wellness marketing. She joins Fingerpaint from Razorfish Health, where she was an account supervisor. During her time there, Slisz led and supported the market launch of an insomnia product. She knows what it takes to create lasting and trusted relationships with her clients. Slisz has experience across multiple therapeutic categories, including rare diseases and medical devices.
Slisz earned her bachelor’s degree from Saint Joseph’s University.
“We are excited to welcome Cary to our growing team,” said Bill McEllen, who leads Fingerpaint’s Saratoga Springs office. “She has a unique background and a strong desire to learn and innovate.”
Reset your expectations of a health and wellness agency. Fingerpaint is independent by design, with integrated talent across five offices in New York, Pennsylvania, Arizona, New Jersey, and California. Built on a foundation of empathy, Fingerpaint is at its core committed to creating and executing meaningful brand experiences that are never paint by number for healthcare providers, care partners, and patients.
In 2020, Fingerpaint acquired 1798, a market access and commercialization firm in La Jolla, California, adding to its portfolio of services in support of biopharma customers. Fingerpaint was named 2019 Agency of the Year by Med Ad News, and in 2018, it won the Heart Award from Med Ad News for its commitment to philanthropy and social causes. Additionally, it has been on Inc. Magazine’s list of the 5,000 Fastest-Growing Companies for the past seven years. Founder Ed Mitzen was honored as 2016’s Industry Person of the Year by Med Ad News. Visit us at fingerpaint.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.